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Ukranian Feminists FEMEN stage a strike in an empty faucet.

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Do you know how much I despise drinking luke warm frappucinos?

Give me back my hot water dog!

Turn on my damn hot water or I will strip in front of you!

Things got heated over the weekend in the Ukraine as a consequence of a water shortage which is causing certain Ukranian residents to be flustered and by extension certain Ukranian police officers. Mmh- if only all protesters were this daring and eye appealing…

Animal New York.com: Feminist group FEMEN held a half-nude protest in the capital’s pubic fountain last week, dubbed: “There’s no water in the faucet, so I’m bathing in the fountain.” Imagine that translation is a rhyming chant. FEMEN protested the city for turning off hot water for unbearable lengths of time and excessive utility tax increases.

Which must explain all these fuming half naked women. Because there’s nothing worse than not having access to hot water in the dead of summer when there is an energy shortage. Personally I’d be outraged if I was told that I couldn’t have an iced frappucino- that would really make me lose it.

Partially white-clad FEMEN splashed about in various states of undress until the cops dragged the ladies out of the fountain and roughly escorted them into a high security police van. The group’s leader and the two girls that went topless were fined for hooliganism. FEMEN is contesting the charges and may sue for police misconduct, as the group was never allowed a lawyer.

Frankly it sounds like one of the better weekends these girls had in a long time. Can someone buy them an airline ticket and have them strike up and down the country?

Since they turned off our hot water and caffe latte machines life has become unbearable!

Do you know how much I despise drinking luke warm frappucinos?

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  • Yes Natalie, I must admit it was one of the first things I noticed….

  • Natalie G

    By the way, did you noticed how sexy and hot feminism can be?

  • Natalie G

    When i was growing up there was rarely any hot water in the apartments. Sometimes no water at all. One had to go down from 4th or 5th floor apartment to the nearby central faucet and get buckets of water and bring back up (of course there were no elevators, you, silly). I’m happy my beautiful comrades are doing something to draw attention to this horrible horrible abuse from local government.